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My floor tunnel was butchered for some sort of shifter in it's earlier days. I have a donor 66' tunnel to repair this problem. Was wondering if you guys have a sure way to ensure I don't mess this up. The 65' is a 4spd car, and the 66' donor is an auto, I don't think there is a difference but if there is, now would be a good time to know it. Thanks again in advance for any info.
 

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I would compare the two tunnels. i don't think there is any differences whether its an auto or manual. The new dynacorn full floor doesn't give you an option of what transmission is going to be used with. So if the donor tunnel doesn't work out you could always use a new full floor pan
 

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Nope. No difference. A lotta measuring before and during is a must.
 

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That's what I was figuring 22GT, I'm just looking for an experts reinsurance that i'm going in the right direction. My floors are solid so I never considered a total front floor repacement.
Thanks again...AL
 

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I am assuming the rest of the floor is in good shape with little to no rust? if not, you might be better off just replacing it with a complete one piece floor. Otherwise,if at all possible, leave the front cross member, and the seat platform in to keep things from moving. Also, only replace what needs to be replaced. the less you cut out, the less likely something is to move.
 

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SiGuy, well, if I blow it, I have a backup plan, thanks.........AL
 

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that's the stuff I need to know dvdrose, I would have never thought of that.
Thanks again...AL
 
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